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Patent Applied: Suzhou Eagle BX EV roadster will see Production in China

Published on February 1, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter

Patent Applied: Suzhou Eagle BX EV roadster will see Production in China

Suzhou Eagle has applied for patent on the very sporty BX EV, an electric roadster with a CC-roof. The vehicle will be launched on the China car market sometime next year and has to become the Chinese equivalent of the Tesla Roadster S. Sadly, no word yet on power. Suzhou Eagle however is very able to make a strong electric motor, the company has long experience in making all sorts of electric vehicles, ranging from small golf cars to large delivery vans.

Patent Applied: Suzhou Eagle BX EV roadster will see Production in China

The Suzhou Eagle BX EV debuted as a concept on the 2011 Jiangsu New Energy Automobile Exhibition. At the time Suzhou Eagle said top speed was 60 kilometer per hour, and range 120 kilometer. Not nearly enough to beat that Tesla. We must assume the real thing will be much faster. The front of the vehicle has been redesigned, patent drawings show a more linear bonnet with different head lights and a different grille.

Patent Applied: Suzhou Eagle BX EV roadster will see Production in China

Great profile. And no worry about batteries, Suzhou Eagle can go shopping for the best at Wanxiang.

Patent Applied: Suzhou Eagle BX EV roadster will see Production in China

Two seats only, like the Tesla.

Patent Applied: Suzhou Eagle BX EV roadster will see Production in China

Still attractive with the roof up. Well, we always like a mad idea. Suzhou has the resources to build it, so let it come.

Via: Sohu, Sispark.

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  1. St. Clair- February 1, 2013 Reply

    if they can sell it cheap, like less than 100.000 yuan in China, it could be a winner. young chinese are getting concerned about the environment, and when a green car looks this cool…

  2. laowai- February 4, 2013 Reply

    @st clair

    I winder where all the recent air pollution was coming from, not from cars but foremost coal fired power plants, we gonna use these to charge our environment friendly cars, lol

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